Performance Excellence, Information Systems
Amy is a high performing, experienced Chief Nursing Information Officer with expertise in building and optimizing infrastructure, organizational processes, and measurement systems to maximize clinical and business results. With 30 years in healthcare operations, 27 years as a registered nurse, Amy has consistently operated in leadership positions where she has been able to make a difference in quality of care and patient safety while bringing measurable success to the organization she serves.
Throughout her career, Amy has:
- Successfully led healthcare IT initiatives in executive-level positions across private, for-profit, and government institutions, including Baptist Health and SCL Health.
- Served as the inaugural Chief Nursing Information Officer for Baptist Health in Jacksonville. Her team supported the journey to recognition as Joint Commission Pioneer in Quality Expert Contributors for efforts to lead electronic clinical quality measure (eCQM) knowledge and utilization. Amy also deployed several clinical IT solutions that drove down costs, increased revenue, and improved the caregiver experience.
- Led the clinical EMR transformation at Broward Health as Executive Director of the South Florida Regional Extension Center. She served 8 counties leading over 3,000 priority primary care physicians.
- Been honored as one of the Great 100 Nurses of Northeast Florida and a recipient of the 2016 Health Data Management’s 75 Most Powerful Women in Healthcare IT award. Most recently, she was named in Becker’s “48 CMIOs and CNIOs to Watch in 2022”.
- Developed and taught the informatics curriculum at the Jacksonville University Master of Nursing program. Amy has also published within her specialty on Defining an Essential Clinical Dataset for Admission Patient History to Reduce Nursing Documentation Burden.
BS, Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University
AS, Nursing-Accelerated, Miami Dade College
MS, Medical Informatics, Northwestern University
DNP, University of Miami